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Mrs. Black Is Back   

Bijou Theatre, (11/07/1904 - 1/07/1905)
New York Theatre, (3/27/1905 - 4/01/1905)
First Preview: Total Previews:
Opening Date: Nov 07, 1904    
Closing Date: Apr 01, 1905 Total Performances: 79

Category: Play, Farce, Play with music, Original
Description: A play in three acts
Setting: The home of Professor and Mrs. Black on the Hudson River near New York

Production Staff
Produced by May Irwin
Written by George V. Hobart; Featuring songs by Harry Brown, Will Marion Cook, Gus Edwards, Al Johns, May Irwin, Hughie Cannon, John W. Bratton and George A. Nichols; Featuring songs with lyrics by Will D. Cobb and John Lee Clark; Lyrics by Paul West and R.C. MacPherson; Musical Director: Ernest R. Ball
Madelaine Anderton
Caroline Patterson
Edgar Atchison-Ely
Jack Dangerfield
Dorothy Banes
Agnes Hamilton
Jane Burby
Emily Mason
Roland Carter
Charles Church
Peter Patter
May Donohue
Frances Gordon
Priscilla Black
Kate Gotthold
Amelia Brant
May Irwin
Mrs. Black
John Johnson
Bramley Bush
Charles Lane
Tom Larkey
Lillie Lawton
Elizabeth Morgan
A. S. Lipman
Professor Black
Nick Long
Don Pedro Degazebe
Vira Rial
Sarah Dale
Arthur Sanders
Major Thorne
John G. Sparks
Larry McManus
Maryland Tyson
Ellen Leighton

ACT 1 Sung By
Dinner Bells
(music by Harry Brown; lyrics by Harry Brown)
Bygone Days are Best
(music by Will Marion Cook; lyrics by Will Marion Cook)
Incidental Piano
Nothin' But Talk
(music by Harry Brown; lyrics by Harry Brown)
Mrs. Black
Mumm's the Word
(music by Gus Edwards; lyrics by Will D. Cobb)
Mrs. Black
Bible Stories
(music by Al Johns; lyrics by John Lee Clark)
Mrs. Black
ACT 2 Sung By
Can't You Guess? (Guess, Guess, Guess)
(music by John W. Bratton; lyrics by Paul West)
Mrs. Black and Jack Dangerfield
I'm Worried to Death About That
(music by May Irwin; lyrics by May Irwin)
Mrs. Black and Jack Dangerfield
ACT 3 Sung By
In the Shadow of the Pyramids
(music by Ernest R. Ball; lyrics by R.C. MacPherson)
Mrs. Black and Company
I Love to Two-Step (with My Man)
(music by Hughie Cannon; lyrics by Hughie Cannon)
Mrs. Black and Company
(music by Al Johns; lyrics by Al Johns)
Jack Dangerfield